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Barbacoa De Cabeza

Barbacoa De Cabeza by Sergio Hernandez

Barbacoa de Cabeza is a slow cooked dish prepared with parts from the head of a cow, such as the cheeks. Popular in South Texas, I've adapted the dish to be cooked using your Slow Cooker, Pressure Cooker, or Smoker/Oven Combo to create this tasty dish.

2 votes
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Asian Short Ribs Pressure Cooker Style

Asian Short Ribs Pressure Cooker Style by Foodiewife

I absolutely adore using my electric pressure cooker, because I can shorten most cooking times by 75%. So, if you don't own a pressure cooker, you can adapt this using an oven, or a slow cooker. Either way, it is the sauce that was so delicious. Best of all, this was not a lot of work to put together. Serve this with some sticky rice,…

2 votes
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Tacos Al Carbon

Tacos Al Carbon by John Spottiswood

This is a simple steak taco recipe that emphasizes the flavor of the meat and the grill. You can spice it up by adding extra cumin or a little chili powder, jalapeno, or cayenne if you like, but it is delicious as is. Make sure to chop any additional fixings you like: I used cilantro, avocado and tomato...but they are quite tasty…

3 votes
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Kofta (Kafta) Pita Sandwich

Kofta (Kafta) Pita Sandwich by Salad Foodie

Kofta is a recipe taught to me by Ahmad, a young man who lived with our family for two years. Kafta and Ahmad's Tabouli have become Middle Eastern standards in our family menus since then. I am sure ground lamb is the meat of choice for this creation, but we use a mixture of extra lean beef (85%) and ground turkey. I often season the…

1 vote
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Skinny, Mini Mexican Meatball Tostada Appetizers

Skinny, Mini Mexican Meatball Tostada Appetizers by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

Delight your guests with these itty, bitty meatballs atop a mini tostada. This is such a yummy and simple appetizer to make that it might just become your go-to recipe! The skinny for each appetizer, 31 calories 1 gram fat and 1 Weight Watchers POINTS PLUS. So cute and so fun to eat!

5 votes
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Grilled Flanken Style Korean Short Ribs (Galbi or Kalbi)

Grilled Flanken Style Korean Short Ribs (Galbi or Kalbi) by John Spottiswood

I adapted this recipe from one in Bon Appetit and another from Chef John (foodwishes.blogspot.com). Chef John recommended blending an asian pear into the marinade to help tenderize the meat. I didn't have an asian pear, so I substituted a fuji apple and reduced the sugar slightly. I thought the resulting marinade, and ribs, were…

5 votes
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Meat-filled Dinner Pastries

Meat-filled Dinner Pastries by Wendi Taylor

Delicious biscuit dough pastries stuffed with a hearty blend of ground beef, vegetables, potatoes, and seasonings. Recipe makes six large entree pastries. To make appetizers, divide the dough into smaller portions in step two (makes 12 - 18 appetizers).

2 votes
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Crockpot Savory Swiss Steak

Crockpot Savory Swiss Steak by Micheline

A meal awaits you when you get home with this fork-tender swiss steak recipe.

3 votes
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Firehouse Hamburger Barbecue

Firehouse Hamburger Barbecue by Glenn

Served at fairs and firehouse gatherings as well as church picnics and community events in Lancaster County, PA. The recipe is from Eva M. Koehler, my grandmother, of Lititz who served as a cook for the Ladies Auxiliary of the Lititz Volunteer Fire Company No. 1.

2 votes
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Skinny Irish Pub Beef Stew for St. Patrick’s Day

Skinny Irish Pub Beef Stew for St. Patrick’s Day by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

This peasant style stew is so hearty and perfect to make for St. Patrick’s Day. I’ve made a skinny version by using lean beef, carrots, onions and potatoes but also adding sweet potatoes. These potatoes add a lovely natural sweetness to this savory stew. Plus, adding Guinness beer and beef stock creates an amazing and delicious base.…

2 votes
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Old Fashioned Pastrami

Old Fashioned Pastrami by Bert Sackman

Pastrami ought to be made with a cut of beef that is covered by a fair amount of external fat. One can trim off the excess fat before the beef is sliced. The beef selected to make pastrami should be able to withstand long cooking; beef loin or sirloin does not make the best pastrami. On the other hand, brisket, chuck roasts and round…

1 vote
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Dad’s Tavern Chili

Dad’s Tavern Chili by Salad Foodie

As an adolescent I was commissioned by my dad to make a huge pot of chili for his tavern weekly, and I earned fifty cents a batch doing so! (This was before the era of food safety regulation and inspection - I just made it in our home kitchen!) Dad had taught me how to make his chili, and everyone agreed it was in a class of its…

3 votes
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Romanian Mititei (Little Sausages)

Romanian Mititei (Little Sausages) by Teodora Pogonat

This is a great traditional recipe for Romanian Mititei. Mititei are skinless sausages, usually grilled, and the name literally means "little ones". They taste really well grilled, but can also be pan fried and pair well with homemade fries or a tomato/cucumber salad. Traditionally they are enjoyed with mustard, a roll of bread and…

1 vote
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Easy Sunday Crock Pot MeatBall

Easy Sunday Crock Pot MeatBall by Kitchenkats

For when you don't want to spend Sunday in the kitchen. Easy and Good with a hint of BBQ

1 vote
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Mini Chilli Con Carne Pies

Mini Chilli Con Carne Pies by Hungry Jenny

These can be a bit tricky to make as you need to time the baking of the tortilla wraps just right to get the mini pie effect - but they are worth trying out because the end result is so cute! http://hungryjenny.blogspot.com/2010/05/friday-pie-day-mini-chilli-con-carne.html

2 votes
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